Published Dec 23, 2004
Many years ago, I came across a poem in a Christmas card that made me fall down laughing. Unfortunately, I've lost the card.
It goes something like this:
I'm sending this letter to tell you,
The government's taken away,
the things I always have needed,
My packsack, my reindeer, my sleigh
So, I'm making my rounds on my donkey,
He's ancient, arthritic and slow
So, If you don't see me at Christmas,
I'm out on my *** in the snow!
Anyone know the correct version?
The version I heard went like this:
I'm writing this letter to tell you
That taxes have taken away
Just what I needed mostly
My workshop, my reindeer, my sleigh.
All I have left is a donkey
Who is old and tired and slow,
So if I don't see you Christmas
I'll be out on my a ss in the snow.
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